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Today Oculus introduced a stand-alone VR headset called the Oculus Quest, it will arrive next spring for $400.
While it's a stand-alone device, it adds full room tracking and PC- like motion controls, but without the need for an actual PC.
The Quest has 64GB of onboard storage, and will play 50 games at launch.
For more on the Oculus announcements, check out CNET's coverage.
Amazon will test out a new store concept called 4-Star, a physical store in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, that includes products rated four stars and above.
It'll contain products from all departments, including consumer electronics, kitchen, toys, and more.
And finally, despite a long term resistance to the idea, Sony has finally budged on crossplay with other gaming platforms, starting with the ultra popular battle royale game, Fortnite The banner for the crossplay version of the game begins now.
Just in time for Fortnite's season six of content.
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